You Have a Computer In You (2012) is a two-channel video installation displayed on two four-screen HDTV arrays at the Shapiro Undergraduate Library at the University of Michigan for the Ann Arbor Film Festival’s 50 SCREENS.

The piece is comprised of color and black-and-white 16mm educational film (found footage) from the 1940s-80s that moves between single-layers and superimpositions in real-time and slow motion evoking a dreamlike or meditative state, navigating the Random Access Memory, where the viewer can play with the meaning, make connections, lose them, or drift off in their own thoughts.

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